Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – April 18, 2014

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An important week for religion. Have a listen to Bob Marley‘s One Love while perusing this week’s tweets on nonprofits, philanthropy, governance and social enterprises:

  • Nonprofit Quarterly: Half a Century after the Civil Rights Act, Four Challenges for Nonprofits & Foundations Today
  • Nonprofit Issues: Managing Conflicts of Interest – Charity Lawyer Blog (Ellis Carter)
  • MacArthur Foundation: Re-emerging Art of Funding Innovation: philanthropy is reintroducing risk in grantmaking – Stanford Social Innovation Review
  • Sustainable Law Group: IRS may revise proposed rules governing nonprofit political activities; will hold hearing this summer – Washington Post
  • Greg Colvin: At #17, our Top 25 comment on the draft IRS political rules is in a league of its own, see Adler Colvin countdown at
  • Emily Chan: OH: California FTB recently revoked 9k+ exemptions for failure to file 199N for 3 consecutive yrs. 199N filing info:
  • Foundation Center: Why Nonprofit Mergers Continue to Lag
  • Gene: LLC & tax-exempt status in CA – Franchise Tax Board
  • Guidestar USA: Terrible Board Members Are Created, Not Born
  • Debra Beck: Last in nonprofit governance competencies series: Keeping personal agendas out of boardroom
  • Stanford Social Innovation Review: Ambition to Audacity: Takeaways from the 2014 Skoll World Forum @MissionMeasure SSIR
  • C. Garber Siegrist: 5 Lessons Learned from Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship – Forbes
  • Skoll World Forum: There’s no silver bullet for poverty but girls’ education comes pretty close – Malala inspired us all #Skollwf 2014: